589. Clark, Daw and Fuller make their living as carpenter, painter and plumber,
though not necessarily respectively.
The painter recently tried to get the carpenter to do some work for him, but was told that the carpenter was out doing some remodeling for the plumber.
The plumber makes more money than the painter.
Daw makes more money than Clark.
Fuller has never heard of Daw.
What is each man's occupation?
590. Find the word that fits the first definition,
then add a "D" in front of it to make a new word that matches the second definition.
Place a "D" in front of an abbreviation of an electrical unit to make another work for moist.
Place a "D" in front of an English pub beverage to get an English valley.
591. What is the smallest five-digit number in which the digit in the 10 place is
twice the digit in the 1000 place?
Note: The number will not change when you exchange the digits in the 100 and 1 place.
593. Can you punctuate the words in the sentences below so that it makes
sense? None of the words are shown capitalized so as not to give any hints as to the beginning or ending of the sentences.
that that is is that that is not is not is it it is
595. Your boss has gone out of town. Her secretary is angry at you for some reason, so he tells you, "She wants to see you in her office at 8:3O A.M. two days after the day before the day after tomorrow." What day will you show up half an hour early to see your boss? Today is Tuesday.
598. Take each letter as indicated. When you put the letters in the order
given, you'll have a new word.
My first is in Qantas but not in stand,
My second is in up but not in down,
My third is in is but not in sat
My last is in zebra, but not in bean.
600. Mrs. Fumblefinger was working in the kitchen when a loose ring, with a big diamond on it, slipped off her finger and fell smack into some coffee. Strange to say, the diamond did not get wet. Why?